Continuing my earlier post on 6 Places to visit in Pune…
The city and its suburbs are full of restaurants that serve various cuisines from Indian, Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Swiss, German, Italian, French and American cuisine. If you are looking for Asian, European, or organic/health food then head to Koregaon Park has a lot of foreign tourists are at the Osho Commune.
If you like Mughlai food then this restaurant is situated near Pune College at Bhavani Peth, Pune. Great place for meat eaters in Pune. They serve good quality and very decent pricing as per Pune standards. The chicken seekh kebab and chicken cutlet are delicious and just melt in your mouth. Chicken leg biryani is brilliant.
Mahesh Lunch Home
It’s a famous restaurant located near MG road. This place serves the best sea food in town and with high quality. Little expensive but worth spending money for such amazing dishes. The fresh catches aren’t as fresh as you get in Mumbai, but still, worth a try.
The surmai, the chicken sukha and prawns gassi are good. Appams are good too.
If you are a vegetarian, you could try paneer butter masala and tandoori rotis. Tandoori roti and sabzi both are amazing.
This place is famous for its kulfi and falooda ice-creams. The Baadshah special falooda is an all-time favourite. This is a small place but serves good food. Falooda’s are a hot favorite. The staff is very attentive. The ambience is ok. Here, you can also try street food ‘chat’.
Kayani Bakery– Kayani Bakery situated opposite Victoria Cinema on East Street is famous for its Shrewsbury biscuits. Locals and tourists throng this place for other goodies like ginger biscuits, walnut cake, brownies, cookies and other goodies from this renowned bakery.
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All in all, Pune is a foodies paradise.
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